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at the california science center in los angeles. she is taking her sweet little time. adam housley is live in l.a. how long is this? >> reporter: yeah, bill, some people might call this two-day 12-mile trip a long trip for the shuttle. you might as well call it friday traffic for most people here in los angeles. 12 miles it will take for two days. we have a live look from above to give you a look that the shuttle. it's sitting next to a quiznos shop. people walking here from all over to take a look at this thing. we had a chance to talk with mark kelly who he once commanded this shuttle. here is what he had to say. >> when they took enter surprise, which isn't exactly a real space shuttle. 4w when they took enterprise to new york it went on a barge. but here they have really the challenge and that is getting it through the streets of l.a. >> reporter: back here live you get one more look at it as it sits here in the parking lot. 123million miles it traveled in space, bill they are calling it mission 26, the last couple of miles, as i mentioned 12 miles total over two days before it gets to the
thief leading the police on a high-speed chase through los angeles. did you see this? the dramatic way that it ended. we'll be right back. wow. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. phrap bill: this morning a grim milestone to be marked for u.s. forces in afghanistan after a weekend, a firefight and suicide blasts pushed the death toll for american civilians and military personnel over the 2,000 mark, and kill a total of at least 16 people over the course of 48 hours. in a moment we'll get live to colonel oliver north with some folks who have sacrificed in that war in afghanistan and hear his observations about how things are going there. if you listen to a lot of folks talk it has taken a turn there. martha: we are working on that, we'll get that up as soon as we can. in the meantime the top u.s. commander in afghanistan is now saying that he is outraged by the rise in attacks on u.s. service members by their afghan allies in america's longest war. here is u.s. general john allen. >> can you explain why the s
coming at a fund-raiser in los angeles last night. bill: while pundits and campaign officials were apparently shocked by the poor performance of the president, brit hume says he was not surprised at all. know why's that? >> the barack obama i heard on that debate stage was the barack obama i've been listening to now for four years. he sounded very much like himself. i don't think he was terribly bad. i think he has a very weak case. i think that the circumstances in the country present the challenging candidate with all kinds of opportunities. mitt romney was on his game and he took advantage of those opportunities. the president is saddled with weak circumstances and therefore a weak case. it is not surprising to me didn't argue it very well. the other thing is, despite his reputation as being this world class orator, maybe he is with a set piece speech but there is not a lot of evidence in the past he was a great debater. we put those thing together, i don't think this was a big a shock as president's supporters on the left feel. he is not 10 feet tall and has never been. bill: c
science center in los angeles. after logging all that time in space the final 12 miles proved to be harrowing. crawling through the streets at 2 miles an hour, dodging trees, buildings and lampposts t took three days to make a 12--mile trip. spectators say it was worth it and cool to see. >> when you get to see this thing right next to you and so huge and it look like it has been through a war or a disaster something, it is really, really neat. >> i have chills. i don't even want to -- we're so excited. like once in a lifetime. bill: that's cool. nice reaction there. engineers cut down 400 trees to make way for the shuttle but had to use creative maneuvering to get around some of the other obstacles in california. martha: los angeles is tough. >> far cry from a white bronco. far different scene. martha: now back to this story we all remember quite well. it could be the week we find out if the captain of that shipwrecked cost at that con con cruise ship, it looked like a move as this played out right -- costa concordia. he will face charges that that disaster killed 32 people o
jeunesse live in los angeles. thank you. jamie: there is a shocking new report on the impact of the struggling economy you might not have expected and it has to do with babies. ♪ baby love, my baby love, i need you, oh how i need you, but all you do is treat me bad, break my heart and leave me sad. ♪ the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. till you finish your vegetables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. >> the u.s. birth rate falling for the fourth year in a row, down 1% in 2011 after a drop of two to 3% in recent years. analysts say this could suggest the impact of the recession is slowly coming to an end. according to the report hispanics showed the steepest declines in birth rates and teen pregnancies. can you imagine what it will cost to send a kid to college? bill: good luck with that. when the economy goes down the birth rate goes down. fascinating. great to be with you. off to the radio we go with kilmeade. he has
will be in colorado, nevada and los angeles in california for jay leno. then he talks an overnight plane on air force one down to florida. then virginia. then goes to illinois to vote and ohio to end the day. eight states, two days. what does that mean? >> it means he could win two of them, illinois, california, everything else is is battling for. at the end of the day --. bill: is that positive, ed or is that desperation? how would you analyze it? >> i would analyze as desperation. at this point in time this is president who hoped to end on a positive note. now still trying to portray romney as someone he is not. he has very little to talk about on his own record. put the fancy mail piece out a pamphlet sending out here is my future plan. more of the same. he is mailing that to 3 1/2 million targeted voters. like a direct mail piece. ing into new, nothing specific. bill: could back to what if. this is what mitt romney is doing, what if column, going back to 11 states up for grabs. he will in iowa, six electoral votes, nevada, six electoral votes. he would like to win both but have to win one based o
the area and a black chevrolet camaro. that's in los angeles. martha: governor romney has a race to the president's advantage when it comes to women. take a look at this gender gap hole. this is a new ap poll that shows that the candidates are dead even. forty-seven and 47 among women. sixteen points behind us were governor romney was with women voters before. that is a crucial grep where we are. here we are right now. good morning, brent, that gender gap closing has been one of the big issues. and also just how tight things look 12 hours back. reporter: it is a key demographic. a key demographic for the president to win in the battleground states. you saw early on that the president tried to tap into the women vote, the female vote specific ads aimed at women's issues. now we are seeing a concerted effort to jump on the situation in indiana with the semi- candidate there, richard murdoch and what in what he said in a debate about abortion. you know, despite the fact that joe donnelly, a democrat the democrat -- he is also pro-life and jumping on that issue and how it was phrased
't ask questions. why for instance, he go to los angeles -- las vegas rather than sitting down with all his intelligence people and sitting down with them in the white house to find out what happened. bill: joe biden in his debate said this regarding the intelligence community, that is exactly what we were told by them, meaning the intelligence community but as they learn more facts, quoting now, about exactly what happened they changed their assessment, end quote. why is that not acceptable and is that the president's defense tonight? >> well, it's, going to be his defense and it is unacceptable. not just an amorphous group called the intelligence community. for instance the state department itself had peel on the scene in benghazi that night. did susan rice speak to them? did the president find out what they saw that night? did they ask the state department if they had any videos what occurred at the consulate that night? why with all these threats leading up to september 11th and talking about terror attacks and how could they now be saying it was not a terror attack. i think they're
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